What does intergenerational living look like? Helsingborg has the answer.
In Helsingborg we see intergenerational living in action. With the aim to tackle loneliness this block of flats has one rule – for two hours a week you must spend time with each other. This housing company funded by the council only allows those under 25 or a pensioner to live here and requires residents to socialise with one another. Watch this short film from the BBC to find out how this has changed people’s lives in Sweden.